• July 8, 2022 at 17:25

    Hello. I currently work for a non profit that is growing and we are looking to update our payroll software. We have both union and non union employees. We need a payroll system that includes both scheduling and HR. The software will need to be able to create reports that can easily be imported into Sage. Thanks

  • July 11, 2022 at 12:43

    Hi Devin,

    I work for a similar organization we are also a non-profit, have union and excluded staff and also use Sage as our accounting software. We switched to DayForce back in 2018 and all three departments; HR, payroll and finance use DayForce. It is quite the learning curve to start but it is great for how much you can customize it. Best of luck finding the best software for your needs.

    You may also find some helpful tips in the thread about payroll software.

  • August 16, 2022 at 10:41

    Hi Devin

    I work for a non-profit as well that includes both union and nonunion staff across all of Canada. I recently implemented the full suite of ADP workforce now modules. It is a great platform that allows you to customize to your needs and has a great custom reporting feature. Based on my research when shopping for my own platforms both Ceridian Dayforce and ADP Workforce now would provide what you are looking for.

  • August 25, 2022 at 09:21

    I’ve done a few implementations throughout my career. I’ll assume non profit means the lower the price tag the better. Both ADP and Ceridian will do the job. Just keep in mind the lower cost products out there (including ADP and Ceridian) you fit into their business model, very little customization. So flexibility is key.

    Whether you are union or not, all software should be able to handle it. When are you planning on doing the implementation? What are you using now? Are the reports you need imported to Sage just the Payroll JE, or are you looking at other reports.

  • September 19, 2022 at 16:27

    I am in a similar situation but I am looking to keep payroll in house rather than using a 3rd party provider. The company has been doing in house for a number of years and to lose that history is difficult. We have looked at a few different programs and they all promise the same thing, ADP, VIP, Workday, Ceridian, Avanti etc.

    We are struggling to find a system that will work for us.

  • September 20, 2022 at 13:16

    I feel like you should reach out to Payworks and see if they are able to meet your needs. I have really enjoyed working with/in the Payworks system since 2009.

    In switching my current company from Ceridian PowerPay to Payworks I was able to save 50% on fees and it gave us way more in flexibility and functionality system wise. Let me know if you need a sales contact to set up a demo and I can pass along a contact.

  • September 27, 2022 at 16:44

    Hi Kim,

    I am considering to switch from Ceridian Dayforce to ADP Workforce Now. I used Ceridian for more than 10 years. Their program is fine but their customer services are terrible. That’s the reason why I plan to switch it back to ADP. What challenges do you have in the implementation process with ADP? Can anyone tell me how good or bad ADP customer services are? Thank you.

  • October 17, 2022 at 15:52

    I work in Municipal Government (essentially not-for-profit LOL) and we moved to Ceridian Dayforce in 2017, and use the full suite of modules for workforce management (schedules, timesheets, time away from work, compensation, performance), benefits, payroll and recruitment. We have two different unions, non-union hourly and salaried, and large casual pool of employees (both union and non-union). So, lots of different pay, schedule, and time away from work rules to manage. You can also work with them in during your implementation to build the reports that you need for import into Sage. We did that for the GL reports we needed for import into Great Plains.